“It all depends upon how you massage your bird. Rub deep and make sure you get the herbs and spices under the skin. Then finish with a dollop, because your bird needs a little accessorizing to hit the ‘yum’ mark,” says Rebecca Katz, co-author of The Healthy Mind Cookbook. Rebecca prefers organic or pasture-raised chickens. She […]
From Faith: All we did was ask our resident cocktail guy Anthony DeSerio to focus on fresh fruits and vegetables as mixers for drinks, and he started blazing a delicious trail for us all. We see chefs and bartenders collaborating more and more, the restaurant kitchen providing fresh veggie or fruit juices, though some bartenders are […]
There are foods that appear at the Jewish holidays that I crave all year, including brisket and latkes. Now I’m adding to the list Martha Stewart’s easy apple cake made in a skillet, and it is to die for. You could certainly make this with a variety of colorful fruits, though apples are especially good this […]
You know how it is…you’re with a friend who serves something you can’t get out of your head. Or, a friend walks in the door with something and in one taste you realize you’ve been sent to the moon. You utter the words, “Can I get that recipe?” That’s what happened when Linda Giuca tasted […]
One of the best home cooks Faith knows, Linda Giuca of The Hartford Courant, shares her ridiculously easy and fabulous pumpkin tart with a crushed graham cracker and cinnamon crust. This even won over our pumpkin pie skeptics. Linda Giuca and Chris Prosperi co-author the Hartford Courant column The Basics appearing on Thursdays.
If you want a truly delicious homemade cranberry sauce to make everyone at the table happy, this is the one. Regular contributor Alex Province has adapted his mother’s recipe, softening the spice mixture to appeal to all tastes. It has just the right amount of sweet and tart. This is now Faith’s favorite cranberry sauce […]